China, today

Harnessing the potential of China’s evolving economy.
Harnessing the potential of China’s evolving economy.

The significance of China

After a period of astonishing growth and transformation, China is on the cusp of becoming the world’s largest economy and is progressing towards developed-nation status. The country already possesses the second-largest equity and bond markets.
What to do about China is fast becoming a key question for investors.

As we have seen over the last few years, even if you are not currently considering allocating to Chinese onshore assets, your portfolio may still be affected by Chinese policies, no matter where you are invested.

Chinese policies may have a significant influence on global financial markets which may impact investors’ portfolios whatever assets they hold.
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